How to make sure your wedding runs smoothly

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Planning a wedding takes a lot of time and effort and can be quite costly. To make sure you get to enjoy your big day, and that everything (including anything […]

Travelling abroad with your child

With Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel rules relaxing across large parts of the world, many are hoping to travel abroad this year. Families, in particular, are hoping to take advantage of the […]

What are the passport rules for travelling to the EU?

With the Queen’s Jubilee and the extended bank holiday coming up, many people will be planning to go on holiday abroad, including in the European Union (EU). Due to Brexit, […]

Long Covid – is it a disability?

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With restrictions easing across the UK, the initial emergency of the Covid-19 pandemic may feel like it is over. However, many people continue to suffer from prolonged symptoms, known as […]

The new legal age for marriage in the UK

UK marriage laws are changing. The minimum legal age for marriages and civil partnerships in England and Wales is going to rise to 18. Why is this change happening? What […]

Understanding the new no-fault divorce process

The UK’s divorce laws have long been dubbed as archaic and outdated. The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 is changing this. This new law, which came into force on […]

Is it possible for someone with dementia to write a legal Will?

According to NHS statistics, 850,000 individuals in the United Kingdom have dementia. As a result of the increasing number of people living longer, this figure is expected to rise. In […]

Your legal guide to buying a pet

Pets have become more important to people over the years – often being considered members of the family. They’re loyal, affectionate, devoted and provide us with companionship and love. It’s […]

What does the end of Plan B mean?

The Government announced that between 19 and 27 January 2022 the so-called ‘Plan B’ measures will come to an end. Read this blog to find out more about what this […]

What is family arbitration & do you need it?

Family arbitration is a means of settling issues relating to family law without the need for a full court hearing. It is mostly used to deal with issues relating to […]

The new mobile phone driving law

There is a wide array of driving offences that can often result in fines, points on a licence – and, in more serious cases, driving bans and criminal prosecutions. One […]

Driving in the EU and EEA on holiday

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Provided you have a valid driving licence, you can typically drive abroad in the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA). However, you will need to make sure that […]